Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 12, 1964 · Page 16
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16 - Wed., Feb. 12, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts jg MBS 58X55 i^fcllilf Terrific Terriers down Chaffey five 71-54 By JOHN W. LENKER tMcCutchcon. Redlands never let fouls; Redlands made 21 infrac- The Redlands High School;up and continued to build up tions - Four Chaffey players Terrier basketball team ran;u ie score . jj m Gardner had a; fouled out in the game: Jim Thunderbirds blast to seventh straight Yucaipa High Schools thund-play host to Indio in a u » ^iquanep ering Thunderbirds blasted to^ clash aDtl lh <=n only two more 1 , u • ,,„:„i, f „.:„ • ileague games remain between their seventh straight win in,. .... , ,. .... „ ;the Thunderbirds and the title. Desert \ alley League play Iast; Yucaipa wiU trave , tQ Pa]m night by a 78-41 margin over, Springs on Feb. 18 and to Banning on Feb. 21 to finish the season. Wins in t h c i r over home team Chaffey last: second quartcr much likc Mc .jf °°'«*°- who fouled out with night 71-54 as Jim_Garincr and |Cutchcon . s first quarter> as ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ "jbut 30 seconds gone in the sec- Tom McCutcheon scored 24 andj also scom , tcn points . GardnerJB™^--',^^-}-^; ,23 points respectively. [blocked many shots and ! Redlands opened scoring with,grabbed a good percentage ofi ;a free toss by Bob Molcnkamp. Redlands' rebounds in turning jbut Chaffey tied it 1-1 on a free in an outstanding effort for the bucket by Jim Robledo. Tom Terriers I!McCutcheon then sank the first: Chaf f cv cmploved a full court jot five field goals in the first| durin3 th " e entire game | Also hampenn; mL |quarter making the score 3-l.! attcmptm g , 0 th%vart Redlands.! the los . s . of m ? n " s Coachclla Arabs. They really went out and played." Coach Kent Hayden said, hit in double figures." The lead - 1 into remaining We had'fivcof the bovs ! Sames will put Hayden's five the California Interschol- Redlands lost the services of Forward Jim Gardner by fouls with 7:27 remaining in the fourth quarter. Hank Mercado fouled out one minute later. Also hampering Chaffey was scoring forward and Redlands led from then on. out Ruar( f s Ray Hurt and H ankj Alex Nackoul who didn " t suit Dennis Hare continued his point Coaehella production with 22 for the game.lZamarripa Other Thunderbirds notch-; Hernandez and Jerry Priebe each with 12. 1 Dyer ... Dave Sorcnson tallied 16 andiPotten . Chip Chiappone pumped in 10.! Funtas . Yucaipa jumped off to a 13-O ! ^ontez . lead before the Arab five man-; Vasquez aged their first point. Steve' . Price led the Coaehella scoring, Totals with 14 while fellow teammate Yucaipa ing scorer in league play was Hare held to two points by the tough Wallace Thunderbirds. Chiappone By the half Yucaipa which Ishewmakcr . shot a hot 48.6 per cent from JSorenson — the field was leading by a 39-19;Gedling margin as they moved nearer: to the win. From the charity; Totals line the T-Birds meshed only Score by quarters: G. F. T.; 1 0 2' 4 8 4 6 14 '> 0 6 1 1 I 0 2 1 2 4 1 0 •> 2_ 14 13 41 0. F. T. 6 0 12 10 2 22 fi 0 12 4 2 10 1 2 4 7 2 16 1 0 35 8 78 Redlands led by as much asjMereardo did a good job in get-i up for . the same - Nack ° 111 >« 10-1 in the first quarter, asiting the ball over the mid-court : cu !" rey avera 3 in S ovcr J 2 eight of the ten pointslstrip for the Terriers. jpoints a game, were by McCutcheon. Mc- The difference in the game' Jonn Ludquist. currently sec- Cutcheon sprained his ankleiwas at the charity line where| ond m tne CB L in scoring, with two minutes to go in the;Redlands bucketed 33 points toi turne d in an outstanding per- first quarter and sat out fiveiChaffey's 14. Chaffey made! forma nce for Chaffey as he hit minutes of the second quarter.|more field goals than Redlands; 25 points — mostly long outside During the evening, McCut-!as they had 20 to 19 for Red-jjurapshots and driving lay-ups. cheon attempted nine field]lands. | The win stretched Redlands' goals and made eight of them.) During the course of the;win streak to 11 games making Even without the services ofigame, Chaffey committed 29jtheir CBL record 11-0. For the 1 season the^ Terriers are 194. Next week Redlands plays host to the Ramona Rams with the "B" game starting at 6:30 and the varsity game at 8:00 p.m. In last night's "B" game, Redlands beat Chaffey 53-50. Redlands FG FT T. Gardner 7 10 24 Molenkamp By MILTON RICHMAN j First baseman Jim Gentile McCutcheon UPI Sports Writer ;was more or less in the same -Mercado Happy New Year.' jboat with the Athletics, who ob- Hurt A little late maybe, but it [tained him in a deal with the Crowther certainly applied today as far Orioles during the off-season. as pitchers Bill Monbouquette, Gentile didn't exactly set Bal-iWollam 0 Jim O'Toole and Bob Shawjtimore aflame last year. Fact!Hales 0 were concerned. ;of the matter is his .248 battingj Matthews 0 All three came out far better!average, 72 runs batted in anc ljchaffey FG 6 ! Better than Roses Trio sign their 1964 baseball contracts .1 .... 8 . 0 . 0 .1 IBohrnstedt 2 8 23 2 1 9 4 0 O 0 eight of 20. Friday the Coaehella 4 15 10 12—U. than American Beauty roses inj24 homers represented his; GayIord 2 FT T. Yucaipa cagers Yucaipa 15 24 16 23—78Jthe matter of signing their 1964!worst EN GUARD — University of Redlands students David Graham, right and Paul Scott put on a fencing exhibition during the halftime period last night at the UR-Pomona basketball game. The two are shown in action with an extra sol of foils on the floor in the foreground. The two hope to stir up interest for a Bulldog fencing club. Scott hopes to compete in the pentathlon event at the 1964 Olympics. (Photo by Jim Sloan) Cardinals show strength against Riverside Poly Orioles he could Toole 2 year in the American| R 0 bledo 2 contracts. j League. ! .Monbouquette and O'Toole] With the leach received substantial pay;have figured on a cut for sure: boosts bringing them up around | with the A's. though, he'll draw the S30.000 mark for a pair ofjthe same money he did in 1963. winning seasons and although!Charlie Finley wants to make Shaw did not have one, he still;Gentile feel welcome and Dia Bulldogs defeat strong Pomona team 67-63 At Empire Bowl: City of Hope , , „ „ T , High Game and Series — Dot ; In Citrus Belt League games; MuUen|x m< 5ig last night San Bernardino rip-, m c , ub _ Dot MuUcnix 207 . ped Riverside Poly 81-32 with standings . Her Majesty 53.19, the Cardinals Ernie Powell' wienm 47 . 23> pcA 40 . 3 , meshing 32 for the evening. The Levines 37.35, H als Liquor 36-35 I Cardinals moved ahead 22-3 in| and B Supply 35Vi-36'/i, Emer the first quarter and then raced kh and McDoW elf34-38, Smiths to the win. Umon 32^.391^, Shawver Shell Ramona Rams of Riverside University of Redlands Bulldog cagers moved a step closer to the SCIAC title with a strong 67-63 win over visiting Pomona Sagehens last night in Currier gym. Senior guard Gary Smith returned to his shotmaking form and ended with 19 points for the evening to shatter a slump. The win gives coach Lee Fulmer's Bulldog basketballcrs a 6-0 record in conference standings. The UR five will host second place Occidental, 5-1, Saturday night in a showdown battle with the crown resting on the line. Center Dick Fisher turned in one of his strongest perform anccs of the season as he out- rebounded the Sagehens 6-6 Jim Irvine. Fisher, only 6-4, pulled down 15 for the game and end ed with eight points. With Pomona hitting a scorching 55 per cent from the floor, mainly on the efforts of guard Gary' Robbins the Sagehens stayed close all the way except for the final minutes. Robbins missed two shots from the floor and hit on eight for 16 points. Redlands defensive play pro vided the key to the win as the Bulldogs managed only 42 per cent. The Bulldogs had 57 shots at the hoop to Pomonas 42. With three minutes to go in the game Redlands forged out to an 11 point lead 64-53, their biggest margin of the night, and moved to the win with Smith providing three key points. At the half the Bulldogs held a one point lead 36-35 as the Sagehens were hitting at a 65 per cent clip. Starting guard Dave Mohs ran into trouble and saw only four minutes of action in the second half. Terry Friedlander took over for Mohs and ended with six points. Mohs had 10 for the evening. G. Pomona B. Irvine 3 Sanderson 6 J. Irvine 1 Tarlow 2 Robbins 8 Schloming 2 MacDonald 1 F. 6 6 4 0 0 1 0 Totals 23 17 63 Redlands G Engberg 5 Newmyer 2 Fisher 2 Mohs 3 Smith ^ Friedlander 3 Dickey ••• 1 Loper 1 rolled to a 91-38 win over hap-| less Colton high. Greg Heer led the Rams with 20 points. The lowest scoring game of the season saw Fontana outlast Pacific high 28-20. Pacific stal 30-42, Shirtcliff Const. 18ii-53V-:. Tuesday A.M High Game — Jean Fowler 219, Series — Jane Angus 594. Standings: Rolling Pins 39-21, Ten Pins 36-24, Pin Ups 35-25 ,, , , .Sidewinders 32-28. Toppers 30-30. led and ed at the naif 8-5. Fohi| Cncckmates 26 . /2 -33',i:, Cinnabars managed 15 points in the third,,4.36, Untouchables 15'-=-44'.i. quarter for the win. j Tuesday Nile Ladies , , t High Game - Jan Breazilc irccord last scason ' onc that us " wasn't asked to take a slice by his new club, the Giants. j Monbo earned his raise from the Red Sox off his 20-10 record last season, by far his best in five with the club, which also signed catcher Bob Tillman, second baseman Chuck Schilling and rookie outfielder Tony Conigliaro. O'Toole moved into the $30.000 bracket with a 17-14 slate and when the Reds announced his signing they also announced rookie pitcher Don Secrest had come to terms. Usually Get A Cut The 30-year-old Shaw, who was dealt to the Giants by the Braves last November in a multi - player deal, had a UP AND AWAY — University of Redlands center Dick Fisher drives in for two past the guarding of Pomona's Jim Irvine last night in Currier gym. Fisher's play boosted the Bulldogs to a 67-63 win and a 6-0 record in SCIAC standings. Coach Lee Fulmer's Bulldog hoopsters meet Occidental in a title showdown Saturday night in Currier gym. (Photo by John Oliver) Touring pros line up today in Tucson Open TUCSON. Ariz. (UPI) — The touring professionals lined up today for another crack at the golf and glory this time without the menacing forms of Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer in the ranks. The $30,000 Tucson Open golf tournament gets under way Thursday and the favorite is Gary Player of South Africa, one of golf's glamor boys. Tony Lema, winner of the $50,000 Bing Crosby National Pro-Am, had been regarded as Player's top rival but had to cancel plans to compete because of illness. Player, making his first United States start of 1964 in the Phoenix Open last week, was tied for the lead with only 16 holes left to play, but lost out when Nicklaus put on a tremendous surge to capture top money. Competition will be ovcr the Forty Niner Golf Club course, where Don January ran away from the field last year. January is back to defend his crown and is at the top of his game. Among the other big names who will compete here arc former PGA king Bob Rosburg. Palm Springs winner Tommy Jacobs, French Open champion Bruce Devlin of Australia, and British Open champion Bob Charles of Mew Zealand. ! 192, Scries — Juanona DeVoll i 499. i Standings: DcVolls Market 40' 2 -25' 2, Jacks Chevron 40-26. Standard Stations 34-32. Marys Cleaners 33-33, Tri City Concrete 32!-=-33'i, Farmers Daughters 32-34, Brookside Market 30'^35 '/2, Big Four Market 21'.=-44'.-. Ladies Scratch Trio High Game — Helen Sauvage 211, Series —Tern Goddard 742. 200 Club — Helen Sauvage 211, Tern Goddard 210. Standings: Sedgwick 52-36, Steak Eaters 5H2 -36 ',2, Jim Glaze 49-39, McCartneys 45-43, DiCarlas 38 '/2 -49^, Tenax Town 28-60. City League High Game — Lloyd Snow 240, Series — Clayton Granger 572. 200 Club — Floyd Harrington 201, Tom Simpson 200, Rich Sepulveda 207, Carson Kilday 208, Lee Schumann 214, Clay Granger 205, Lloyd Snow 240, Darrell Johns 203, John Demmon 202. Standings: Micro Lube 55-33. Buds Richfield 53 '.2 -34 ! .2, Poe and Richards 53-35, Lange and Runkel 44-44, Sorensons Eng. 4147, Village Barber Shop 38 >249' 2, Morbitzers BBQ 37-51 Advertisers 30-58. Orange Belt golfers hold dinner session Totals Halftime score Pomona 35. ..24 19 67 Redlands 36, NBA Standings Eastern Division W L Pet Boston 42 15 .737 Cincinnati 40 19 .678 Philadelphia 25 31 .446 New York 17 46 .270 Western Division San Francisco St. Louis Los Angeles Baltimore Detroit Tuesday's 35 24 34 27 33 28 24 34 15 41 Results .593 .557 .541 .414 .268 Los Angeles 113 Boston 109 The Orange Belt Golfers will: hold their monthy dinner meet- 2 ing tomorrow night at the Red- Si lands Country Club pro shop at 6:30 p.m. Winners of the recent member-guest tournament with a net 59 were the teams of Skip Ten- R nNHNNATr '^UPI, llm ^ *** ^ Mitter "' nS ^ 128 Delroit 118 <»t) CINCINNATI (UPI) - Umij Dubowik and c B urrnett. In St. Louis 125 New York 103 K have been ^aE ^by ««od with a net 60 were Mar-^ Philadelphia, PP d the National League, President »>' Scott and Wm - Anderson and; Wednesday's Games Warren Giles announced. Wil-'Perry De.Maio and Bill Schcne.ipj,ii a( j c iphi a a t Baltimore liams was called up from the! Third place went to Hy Smith!Boston at Los Angeles International League last Au-'and Ed Dykeman. Awards will|Cincinnati vs. Detroit gust and Kibler joined the NL be presented to the winners at staff in September. 'the dinner. Top stakes winners clash ARCADIA (UPI) — Hill Rise and Wil Rad, both top stakes winners here this winter, clashed today in the $50,000- added San Felipe Handicap- key stepping stone for three- year-olds to the Santa Anita Derby. In the featured Your Host Purse Tuesday, Home Town closed fast to win by a neck over Power of Destiny. Home Town returned $21.00. (at Lima, Ohio) (Only games scheduled) PORTERFIELD COACHING ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UPI) — Florida Presbyterian College has enrolled former major league pitcher Bob Port- crfield as baseball coach. Port- crfield, who retired from base ball in 1961 after 12 years in the major leagues, was a 10- game winner for the Washing ton Senators in 1953. ually is accompanied by a cut. But no team which ever acquires a new player in a deal turns around and trims his salary. It isn't good business. You have to make the new fellow happy and wanted. Not only that, but the Giants also took into consideration Shaw's fine 2.66 earned run average with the Braves and his 16 saves in relief. With that in mind, they offered Shaw the same S27.500 Milwaukee paid him last year and he took it. mond Jim really appreciates it. Comes To Terms Howard (Doc) Edwards also came to terms with the Athletics, who now have satisifed 19 players. Catcher Camilo Carreon and pitchers Mike Joyce and Ed Nottle agreed to terms with the White Sox. They made a total of 21 signees for the White Sox who still have 21 more to go. Rollie Sheldon, onc of the Yankees' pitching prizes of 1961 but something of a bust last year, was one of four young players signed by the American League champs. The other three were outfielder Elvio Jiminez. pitcher Bob Mayer and -11!catcher Billy Madden This could be Sheldon's last crack with the Yankees, for whom he posted an 11-5 record four years ago. He suddenly slipped to 7-8 in 1962 and spent last year at Richmond of the International League where he won only five games and lost nine. Outfielders Ed Kirkpatrick and Dick Simpson signed with the Angeles and three rookies — outfielder Paul Dicken, infielder Vera Fuller and catcher Jerry Burlison — okayed terms with Cleveland, which now has 25 signees. Brucker 5 Lundquist 8 Jackson 0 Joines 1 Score by quarters: Redlands 16 19 21 13—71 Chaffey 15 11 18 10—54 5 5 5 10 25 2 2 Shaw signs his contract with SF Giants SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — Bob Shaw, a veteran pitcher and a key figure in San Francisco Giant pennant hopes, Tuesday became the 35th player to sign his 1964 contract. Shaw, 30, was obtained in a mammoth winter deal with the Milwaukee Braves that saw Felipe Alou. Ed Bailey and Billy Hoeft sent to Milwaukee in exchange for Shaw, Bob Hendlcy and Del Crandall. Shaw was 7-11. with the Braves last season and also posted a fine earned run average of 2.66. His best season in the majors was with the Chicago White Sox in 1959 when he chalked up an 18-6 record. Giants manager Alvin Dark said he would count heavily on Shaw to be his long-relief man. Many felt that weakness in this department cost the Giants a pennant last year. The strong- armed Shaw will also be available for spot starting assignments, Dark said. Pressure football Georgia Tech walked out on Dixie numbers game By HARRY GRAYSON Sports Editor Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Why did Georgia Tech walk out on the Southeastern Conference? To obtain a better schedule jand make more money is the At Tri City Bowl: (first reason that comes to mind. Rainbirds Ladies League JAs an independent. Tech will High Game — Lyda Smith;not- have to share New Year's and Evadeen Sisman 178, Scries'Day Bowl swag with other — Ruth Inman 459. (league members, for one thing. Standings: The Goofcrs 55But Bobby Dodd. the athlet- 28' 2. Boo Boos 47 '.2 -36 '2, T r i.'is director and head coach. City Terrors 46-38, Sparetimers'says that is not the reason at 42 '/2 -41'i, The Spoilers 35-49, Odd Strikers 25 '.2 -58 '2. Tuesday Mixed League High Game — Pete Castro 203, Georgia Milner 175, Series — Ben Peters 565, Lila Barbee 490. 200 Club — Pete Castro 203, Ben Peters 200. Standings: Spradco 13-7, El Matador 13-7, Team Four 10-10, Elks 583, 10-10, Specialty Shop 7-13, Team Three 7-13. Willie Kee wins in 10 LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) Navajo Indian Willie Kee from Reno, Nev., battled to a unanimous 10 - round decision over Takao Yamgata of San Jose, Calif., Tuesday night in the Castaways Hotel's bantamweight main event. Kee. fighting at 118, took the edge in a close fight by flooring Yaagata, 118, in the second round and staggering him in several other rounds. It was the first defeat in 12 professional bouts for the former Tokyo, Japan, fighter. all. His explanation definitely establishes pressure college football as a numbers game. And he had the idea that Georgia Tech was being penalized for the admirable quality of keeping young men in school. "Our main complaint against the conference was the so-called 140 Rule relating to grants-in- aid (athletic scholarships) which we felt was grossly unfair," points out Dodd, the legendary Tennessee quarterback who has drilled the Engineers for 19 years. "The conference permits schools to have at any one time 140 grants-in-aid athletics. As each school gives about 20 grants-in-aid for basketball, that drops the football limit to 120. Rules until this past fall permitted each school to certify 551 Bobby Dodd that in order to stay within the 140 ceiling we had to recruit fewer new men each year than any other conference school Two years ago, for instance, we were able to bring in only 23 Several of the other schools brought in the maximum of 55. quite make it in football on their way as has been done at some other scats of higher learning. "Georgia Tech plans to bring in from 35 to 40 new men each year." concludes Dodd. "If we are able to recruit from 150 to 160 players through a four-year period it would be my fondest hope that all graduate." , Even if Georgia Tech manages to hold onto 40 players for each class in the sophomore, junior and senior years, a lot of less fortunate coaches wonder what Dodd is going to do with 120 varsity players. Is this fair to those on the bench and the university budget? Is it doing a service or a disservice to the entire concept of college football? The Big Ten, where the game is played up to the hilt and then some, averages 25 freshmen scholarships a year. Wholesale recruiting such as in going on at Georgia Tech, in the Southeastern Conference and no doubt elsewhere must prove one of two things. Either it is an admission that the institutions operate football factories with no feelings for the kids, or they're admitting a flock of numskulls and must have numbers, numbers, numbers in order to survive the intellectual attrition which must set in. There has to be a tol- We didn't want more schol new grants-in-aid annually. This!arships. We just proposed that year the limit on new ones wasithe limiting should be done aterance limit, dropped to 45 and when Tech the freshman level. We didn'tj It is Bobby Dodd's "fondest resigned from the conference it;believe that a school should be hope that all 150 or 160 players was decided that next year's!penalized because it screened maximum would be 40. "Georgia Tech has fewer dropouts than any school in the conference. We therefore found its student-athletes carefully." This is just another way of saying that Georgia Tech does not send players who don't stay in school and graduate.' That means a varsity squad of considerably more than 100. Just bow many does it take to play this game?

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